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For the Week of
September 1-7, 2004

Cover Story: Jumping the Shark:
Kiteboarding's growing popularity goes where the wind blows.

News: Menace to Society?
If Patricia Law is not a terrorist, why is she being treated like one?

The Fly: This week's political bites.

When the FBI Comes Knocking: The G-men identify the enemy--the activist next door.

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Biter: Al DeGuzman: Depressed college student or terrorist?

Techsploits: When Ashcroft attacks.

Rev: Never use spray paint for your wedding car, unless you hire a genuine graffiti artist who will make a 'Just Married' like you've never seen before.

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Reese's Piece: Thackeray's 'Vanity Fair' is as sharp is Reese Witherspoon's impertinent heroine.

The Nasty Rabbit: Vincent Gallo's heart's on his sleeve, what a bloody mess: 'The Brown Bunny.'

Title: Berlin Story: Hannah and her mother: 'Rosenstrasse' and a protest against the Nazis.

Kill Me Now: Are serial killers subject to the laws of physics? 'Suspect Zero' argues: perhaps not.

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Heat Wave: The Funk Brothers bring sunshine on a cloudy day.

To Hell With the Devil: Can't figure out how Christian black metal could possibly exist? Read this fast, because FaithFest SC is here.

Club Life: Blush in Burlingame.

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Milosz in Memory: In his memoir, 'Striking Through the Masks,' a Santa Cruz writer recalls his encounters with poet Czeslaw Milosz.

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Chu's Still Got It: Blending tradition with experimentation, Chef Chu's re-energizes Chinese cuisine.

Silicon Veggie: Currying Favor.

5 Places to Love: Your Expense Account.

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Living Out Loud: TheatreWorks finds royalty in hidden places.

'Zoot' Salute: Luis Valdez's famed 'Zoot Suit' retains its power in revival production.


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